CANBERRA – Australia’s new-vehicles sales for June hit a monthly record of 92,058 units, as end-of-fiscal-year sales and low-interest rates sent buyers rushing to showrooms. Industry statistician VFACTS says June marks the first time more than 90,000 vehicles have been delivered in a single month here, leaving first-half sales at a record 443,203 units and prompting the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries to raise its overall sales forecast for 2003 to 875,000. Peter Sturrock, ...

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